|Episode 7 - Glasgow Generations - Scott Docherty and Charles Docherty|
The Seventh: "Beatstalkers". So after six episodes bursting with many droning tales of lacklustre 'lore in ye olde Glesca, Faither finally gets into his stride. This one marks the start of no doubt twenty shows about his life in music. We start off here yapping about Radio Luxembourg & the pirates of Caroline; we dance around the old Eglington Plaza and the Maryland Jazz Club; get out the old Dancette to play the dusty 45s and 78s; listen to Victor Silvester, Dean Ford and the Gaylords, and, wel...
Keywords: beatstalkers; poets; eglington plaza; maryland jazz club; radio luxembourg; radio caroline; victor silvester; dean ford and the gaylords; 6.5 special; tommy steele
|''The Colgate Summer Comedy Hour'' - 8 August 1954|
An episode of "The Colgate Summer Comedy Hour", with guests The Gaylords, Connie Russell, Jay Lawrence, Gene Sheldon, and the Will Maston Trion (with Sammy Davis Jr). Announcer is Don Wilson.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Colgate Comedy Hour; The Colgate Comedy Hour; The Gaylords; Connie Russell; Jay Lawrence; Gene Sheldon; Sammy Davis Jr
|Another Flask Of Weird 02-12-1983 - Jerry Modjeski, Chuck Isle|
Lost AFOW radio recovered; Soft Cell, Gabor Szabo, Crash Course in Science, The Eyes, St. John Green, The Old Sow Song, Sauter-Finegan's Rama-Lama-Ding-Dong, Rod Steiger singing. Also Charles the Poet, Pete Rugolo, Al Dexter, The Shovel by The Gaylords. Tune in (KFAI, Minneapolis) Turn on (Everybody must get stoned) Drop-ins (audio), Drop outs (pardon our ancient oxide rust particles).
Keywords: scorchedear; Jerry Modjeski; Chuck Isle; Soft Cell; Gabor Szabo; St. John Green; Rod Steiger; The Gaylords; Bob and Ray; KFAI; Al Dexter; Crash Course in Science; Another Flask of Weird; Minneapolis; The Eyes; Sauter-Finegan; Pete Rugolo